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Happyness Announce EP Release Date And Accompanying Tour | Music News

Happyness 03.08.2016ANDREW


Alternative rockers, Happyness, have announced a brand new EP, titled Tunnel Vision On Your Part, will be released Friday, September 23 through Moshi Moshi Records. This is available for pre-order, here. There is also set to be EP preview shows, aswell as tour dates proper, too. The latter is in support of Chicago garage-rockers, Twin Peaks.


The EP includes recent single, “SB’s Truck”. Apparently this track was written by the band in homage to Samuel Beckett, who famously used to give legendary wrestler, André The Giant, lifts to school in his truck, because he was too large for his dad’s car. Below follows the EP tracklisting, EP preview shows and tour dates proper:


Tunnel Vision On Your Part EP Tracklisting
1. Anna, Lisa Calls
2. Friend Of The Revolution
3. SB’s Truck
4. Surfer Girl
5. Tunnel Vision On Your Part


Tunnel Vision On Your Part EP Release Shows
Sept 30 Happyness EP release show, The Finsbury, London, UK *
Oct 8 Happyness EP release show, Vauxhall City Farm, London, UK *


Happyness Tour Support With Twin Peaks
Oct 19 Le Point Ephemere, Paris FR
Oct 20 Patterns, Brighton UK
Oct 21 All Years Leaving Festival, Hare & Hounds, Birmingham UK
Oct 23 Bungalows & Beats, Sheffield UK * – FREE SHOW
Oct 24 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds UK
Oct 25 Sound Control, Manchester UK
Oct 26 Scala, London UK
Oct 28 Botanique, Brussells BE
Oct 30 Merleyn, Nijmegen NE
Oct 31 DBs, Utrecht NE *
Nov 01 Vera, Groningen NE


* = Happyness headline show



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